Making a Bequest

Leaving a gift in your will to Road Safety Education Foundation

Making a Will is an important part of planning for the future. After you have provided for loved ones, you may then consider including Road Safety Education Foundation as a beneficiary. Road Safety Education Foundation welcomes bequests of all kinds.

Leaving a bequest in your Will to Road Safety Education Foundation is a valuable way to make a contribution to the reduction of road trauma, death and serious life changing injuries, through the education of young people. By leaving a lasting legacy, your gift enables us to help young people keep safe on our roads and is one way of making a positive difference beyond your lifetime.

If you have already made a Will, you may like to consider asking your solicitor to add a codicil, which will incorporate your gift to Road Safety Education Foundation.

Let us know so we can thank you

We understand that making a Will is a very personal matter However, if you do intend making Road Safety Education Foundation one of your beneficiaries, or already have done so, it would be very helpful if you let us know. As well as assisting our future planning, it gives will us an opportunity to acknowledge and recognise your generosity and to discuss your wishes. Any information you give us will of course be in the strictest confidence.

For further information on leaving a bequest, in strict confidence please contact our. You can also make a donation now.


Wording for your Will

If you do decide to leave a gift in your Will, to Road Safety Education Foundation, to assist your solicitor or legal adviser, here is some suggested wording.

I give devise and bequeath (ie. cash, shares, real estate etc);


I devise to give and bequeath……….percent of the value of my entire estate;


I devise and bequeath [the remaining balance], [………. percentage of the remaining balance] of my estate (after all of the specified requests in my Will have been honoured); to Road Safety Education Foundation, ABN 35 854 475 149 for its general purposes and benefit absolutely, and I declare that the receipt of bequest by the Chief Executive Officer or other authorised officer shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my Executor or trustee for the transfer or payment of any property or monies under this clause of my Will.